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    6 Day/ 5 Night Cycling Tour of Bali
    d6 Days n5 Nights

    About the Activity:Fixed departure: 18th August, 01st  September, 15th September, 29th September, 6th October, 20th October, 3rd November.With this 6 day 5 nights package, explore the best of Bali, Indonesia.During this tour, you will be covering Kuta, Besakih village, Candidasa, Mt. Batur volcano at Kintamani, Pacung Mountain Resort and Jatiluwih among other famous landmarksThe tour includes accommodation, meals, transportation and a lot of activities.

    Excellent 5.0
    84 ratings

    Starting from

    45999


  • Featured
    Half Day Sunset Tour of Tanah Lot in Bali
    h6 Hours

    About the Activity: Get picked up from any hotel located in Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Sanur, Ubud, Denpasar, Benoa Harbour and Airport around 02:00 PM.Visit the Tanah Lot temple the most popular tourist destinations in Bali with its breathtaking sunset views. Explore the famous tourist destination in the islands with breathtaking panoramic views and spectacular temple. Make a visit to the Taman Ayun Hindu Temple in Balinese which was built on a flat land with a big fish pond surround it in Mengwi regency. Visit the Alas Kedaton Temple in Balinese which is located in a forest with lots monkey habitat to watch for.Enjoy a delicious sea food dinner at Langsam Restaurant at around 7.30 PMGet back to your hotel around 08:30 PM to wind up your half day tour.

    Good 3.0
    28 ratings

    Starting from

    3743


  • Featured
    Dolphin Sunrise Tour in Lovina at Bali
    h9 Hours

    About the Activity:If you are in search of some amazing dolphin watching activity in Bali, this tour is a perfect fit for you.Get picked up from your hotel in Ubud at around 3 AM in the morning and proceed to the starting point.Reach the starting point at around 5.30 AM and start your cruise tour form the Lovina Beach and have a hot cup of coffee and a delicious cake en route.Start your dolphin watching activity and get a sight of one of the most beautiful creature in the ocean.At around 8 AM, start your snorkeling activity and explore the beautiful marine and corals of the clear waters.Enjoy the hot spring water during your trip and at around 11 AM, enjoy a delicious Indonesian buffet lunch at Bedugul area.Conclude your tour at around 12 PM by getting dropped off to your hotel in Ubud.

    Good 3.0
    25 ratings

    Starting from

    3539


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    Uluwatu Half Day Sunset Tour in Bali
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    Uluwatu
    h6 Hours

    About the Activity:Engage in this half day private tour to explore the amazing Uluwatu during the sunset. Get picked up from any hotel located in Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Sanur, Ubud, Denpasar, Benoa Harbour and Airport around 04:00 PM.After that visit the Bali's most famous temple, perched on a rock, Uluwatu Temple which is inhabited by monkeys. Enjoy watching the hypnotic Kecak and fire dance performance near the temple in a open air theater. Visit Jimbaran Bay Beach for a delicious seafood dinner located in the southern part of Bali and your trip ends around 10:00 PM after you reach the hotel.

    Very Good 4.0
    41 ratings

    Starting from

    4423


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    Denpasar Half Day City Tour in Bali
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    Denpasar
    h6 Hours

    About the Activity:Explore the wealth of cultural attractions found in Denpasar, Bali’s largest city, during this 7-hour sightseeing excursion. Get picked up from any hotel located in Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Sanur, Ubud, Denpasar, Benoa Harbour and Airport around 08:00 AM.Follow your guide as you tour the city’s top attractions, including Badung traditional market, the wealth of art on display at the Bali Museum. Visit the historical monuments of Bajra Shandi and Jagatnatha Temple Enjoy the delicious Indonesian lunch at around 1 PMEnd your tour at around 1.30 PM and reach your hotel around 02:30 PM to wind up your sightseeing tour.

    Very Good 4.0
    29 ratings

    Starting from

    3403


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    Munduk Langki
    h10 Hours

    About the Activity: The tour takes you to the cool mountain areas of North Bali via scenic countryside roads.Start your ATV ride and en route stop for a coffee break overlooking beautiful rice terraces continued with a short walk through a typical Balinese village.After that, enjoy a delicious picnic lunch, set up in the forest of the Bedugul Botanical Gardens. After lunch you'll visit the colorful Candikuning spice and flower market and stop at the picturesque “Puncak Bagus” for a view of the twin lakes Tamblingan and Buyan. You then take a Fin Komodo ATV self-drive offering a fun and rather challenging trip up through the hill villages of Munduk Langki, ending your wonderful day out at the Munduk Wilderness basecamp, tucked away on a hill at 4000 feet above sea level, with 360 degrees views of hills and ocean. At the base camp with its Western facilities you will enjoy a 3 course dinner on a wooden deck with fire pits, after which you will be taken home.

    Very Good 4.0
    37 ratings

    Starting from

    8165


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    Kintamani
    h10 Hours

    About the Activity: Invoke in this exciting Kintamani village tour and get a real taste of the countryside.Get picked yup from your hotel at about 8.30 AM in an air conditioned vehicle from Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Sanur, Ubud, Denpasar, Benoa Harbour or Airport.Visit Kintamani Village with breathtaking views of an active volcano and lake Batur from the top. Watch the Barong and Keris Dance performance at 9.30 AM or Trance dance which is a traditional Balinese dance with a story of fighting good and evil, Visit Celuk Village at 11.00AM to see the process of making traditional gold and silver art, Batuan Village for the process making traditional paintings. Continue to visit Batuan temple, a local hindu temple steeped with rich culture and heritage at 12.00 AM.Enjoy Lunch at Kintamani with view Mount Batur Volcano and Lake Batur. Also visit the Tirta Empul Temple at 3.00 PM a sacred holy spring water temple at Tampak Siring village.Explore the Gunung Kawi temple, an ancient Bali royal tomb and visit the Goa Gajah Temple also known as an elephant cave temple at 4.00 PM.End your tour by arriving at your hotel by 6.30 PM.

    Good 3.0
    40 ratings

    Starting from

    4083


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    Ubud
    h9 Hours

    About the Activity: Engage in this half day private tour to explore the amazing Uluwatu and Ubud like never before. Get picked up from any hotel in Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Sanur, Ubud, Denpasar, Benoa Harbour, Airport at around 12.30 PM and start your exploration.At around 2 PM, visit Ubud's Monkey forest which is a nature reserve and inhabited by some group of monkeys and tropical animals.Visit the Bali's most famous temple, perched on a rock, Uluwatu Temple which is inhabited by monkeys. Continue your journey and visit the Batuan Village which is famous for its traditional paintings and art handicraft. Enjoy watching the hypnotic Kecak and fire dance performance near the temple in a open air theater in the evening at around 6 PMVisit Jimbaran Bay Beach for a delicious seafood dinner located in the southern part of Bali at around 7.30 PM.End your amazing trip at around 10 PM by getting dropped off to your respective hotel.

    Good 3.0
    30 ratings

    Starting from

    4083


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    Kintamani
    h10 Hours

    About the Activity: Invoke in this exciting Kintamani village tour and get a real taste of the countryside.Get picked up from your hotel at about 8.30 AM in an air conditioned vehicle from Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Sanur, Ubud, Denpasar, Benoa Harbour or Airport.Visit Kintamani Village with breathtaking views of an active volcano and lake Batur from the top.Watch the Barong and Keris Dance performance at 9.30 AM or Trance dance which is a traditional Balinese dance.Visit Celuk Village at 11.00AM to see the process of making traditional gold and silver art, Batuan Village for the process making traditional paintings.Continue to visit Batuan temple, a local Hindu temple steeped with rich culture and heritage at 12.00 AM. Also visit the Tirta Empul Temple at 12.30 PM a sacred holy spring water temple at Tampak Siring village.Marvel at the amazing view of Mount Batur Active Volcano and Lake Batur at  1.30 PM.Enjoy a lunch at Kintamani at 1.40 PM with view Mount Batur Active Volcano. Visit Ubud Tegallalang Rice Terrace and Ubud Monkey forest at 4.30 PM.End this exciting tour at about 6.30 PM and head back home with lots of memories.

    Very Good 4.0
    23 ratings

    Starting from

    4083


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    South Kuta
    d8 Days n7 Nights

    About the ActivityFixed Departures between September to October 2016, every Thursday.Explore the best of Bali, Indonesia on this fun cycling tour.This 8 day 7 night tour will let you discover the best of Bali as you cycle to the best of locations and explore the Indonesian culture.Over the course of the tour, you will cover Kuta, Besakih village, Candidasa, Mt. Batur volcano at Kintamani, Pacung Mountain Resort and Jatiluwih among others.The tour begins on arrival in Kuta where you will have to make your way to the hotel.The tour includes accommodation, meals, transportation and a lot of activities.

    Very Good 4.0
    39 ratings

    Starting from

    60556


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    Ubud
    h7 Hours

    About the Activity: Explore the rich artistic heritage of Ubud, including painting, wood carving, crafts and architecture in this half day tour. You will be picked up from any hotel located in Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Sanur, Ubud, Denpasar, Benoa Harbour and Airport around 08:00 AM.After that discover the investigation of an area frequently known as Bali’s cultural heartland, stopping in several highlights in Ubud along with its surrounding area. On the way, admire Balinese-style woodcarvings and paintings at Celuk Village for Silver Art, before visiting Batuan Village. In the afternoon, enjoy a delicious Indonesian lunch and take a break from the tour.Then check out the handicrafts at the Batuan Village and discover the Batuan Temple along with a visit to Ubud Monkey forest and your tour ends around 03:00 PM after you reach your hotel.

    Very Good 4.0
    28 ratings

    Starting from

    3403


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    Denpasar
    h5 Hours

    About the Activity:If you are looking for some amazing chocolate making tour in Bali, this tour is a perfect fit for you.Get picked up from your hotel in Denpasar at around 11.30 and proceed to the activity location.Reach the Pod Chocolate location and register yourself, followed by refreshing welcome drink and briefing.Start your chocolate making sessions at around 1 PM and acquaint yourself about the details of chocolate making process and cocoa growing and cultivation.Finish your chocolate making session at around 3.15 and get your finished chocolate.End your trip at around 3.30 PM by heading back to your hotel in Denpasar.Reach the hotel at around 5 PM, concluding your amazing chocolate making trip.

    Very Good 4.0
    25 ratings

    Starting from

    4083


  • h10 Hours

    About the Activity:Embark on this exciting Mountain Cycling Tour in Nusa Penida and enjoy the view of the relishing landscapes as you cycle through the hills.Start this exciting activity after getting picked up from your hotel from the mentioned points: Nusa Dua, Kuta and Sanur at 7.00 AM, Ubud: 6:45 AM.The First we will visit the beautiful Teletubbies Hill at on the top of Nusa Penida mountain. From here we can see blue Indian ocean.Enjoy cycling through the steep road while witnessing the amazing beauty of the region. The rugged and stunningly  beautiful cliffs to the South West of the island, provide an incredible vista and is a favourite place to spot the Giant Manta Rays swimming below, the landscaped is an unspoilt treasure, nice view, tranquil, peaceful and nature. So on the top of cliff Manta Point we can see secret Sekar Kuning Temple and Ratu Gede Papak Badeng Temple.Delight in a delicious lunch in between your route and then continue riding.After lunch, marvel at the sight of the stunning hills and mountains as you cycle through the uphill and downhill of the roads.End this exciting cycling tour after getting dropped back at your hotel at about 5.00 PM in the evening.

    Good 3.0
    27 ratings

    Starting from

    9322


  • h10 Hours

    About the Activity:If you want to explore the beautiful Bali and experience real Balinese experience, this tour is a perfect fit for you.Begin your tour after getting picked up from your hotel in Ubud at 8.00 AM in a shared vehicle and reach the tour locality.Visit the Kertagosa, Guwa Lawah Temple and Kusamba village a get a taste of the traditional countryside.Located on the eastern side of Bali, Tirta Gangga is a perfect place to acquaint yourself with the traditional Balinese experience.Embark on this tour and get to see the  best sight seeing of eastern Bali including Tenganan traditional ancient village.Explore the water garden of Tirta Gangga Bali and Ujung garden.Visit the traditional night market in the center of Gianyar district and enjoy the serene atmosphere of that place.End this tour at 6.00 PM and get dropped at your hotel.

    Very Good 4.0
    37 ratings

    Starting from

    3539


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    Ubud
    h7 Hours

    About the Activity:Get picked up from your hotel around 8.30 AM or at 9.15 AM fro Kuta and embark on this amazing rice paddy tour in Ubud amidst the freshness of the villagesTake a walk into the rural village rice paddies to learn how rice is grown, cultivated and harvested.Visit the local organic produce farm where you will see how the Balinese cultivate vegetable, root crops and spicesConclude your tour with homemade 9-Course lunch served at the authentic Balinese home of your host Mr. I Wayan Sujana.Enjoy the warm welcome and meet his family and have the unique experience of a glimpse into daily life of a traditional Balinese home compound.End this exciting tour at 3.00 PM and get dropped back to your hotel.

    Good 3.0
    34 ratings

    Starting from

    4695


Attractions

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Jatiluwih Green Land

Jatiluwih Green Land is prominent for its scenic landscapes that are extremely exotic and dramatic. This was once the UNESCO Cultural Heritage Site candidate.

Highlights: You can take a full day tour to the Jatiluwih Green Land. Jatiluwih is the principal attraction here along with the other prominent highlights located here such as the Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest and the Batukaru Temple. The picturesque Tanah Lot sea can also be visited towards the end of your day tour just in time when you can partake in the dinner shows with the backdrop of the splendid sunset. Halfway up the view is the very alluring view accredited to the 180 degrees of the gently sloping terraces that can be seen as far as your eyes go.

Location: Jatiluwih Green Land is located at about 700 meters above the sea level in the Tabanan regency of the Penebel district.

Timings: Open round the year.

Price: Entry to the Jatiluwih Green Land is free.

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Lake Beratan

Lake Beratan is a hollow lake that has a caldera of about 1231 meters above the sea level. It is located at Bedugul and is an important attraction of Bali.

Highlights: Lake Beratan has a width of 3.8 km square and a depth of up to 22 meters. The water volume of the lake is approximately 0,049 km3, so it is actually a closed lake. Tourists can access the lake via the dock which is desisted or provided around the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple. Visitors can also carry out an array of activities for recreation such as parasailing, water skiing, riding on the motorbike to circle the whole of lake, fishing, banana boating and canoeing with the traditional boat.

Location: Lake Beratan is located at Jl. Bedugul - Singaraja, Candikuning, Baturiti, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia

Timings: 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Price: IDR 7,500 per person Children(domestic) IDR 10,000 per person Adult (domestic) IDR 15,000 per person Children (tourist) IDR 30,000 per person Adult (tourist)

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What You Should Know More About Tours in Bali

  • How can I reach Bali from India?

    You have two options: If you want, you can get a visa prior to beginning the travel. Inversely, you can also opt for the Visa on Arrival option. Bali offers Visa on Arrival facility to Indian citizens. Step two includes booking your flight tickets. Book your tickets in advance to get the best price. All the four major airports in India offer flights to Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport These include Chattrapathi Shivaji International Airport (csia.in) in Mumbai, Indira Gandhi International (newdelhiairport.in) in New Delhi, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata and Chennai International Airport in Chennai.

    It does not matter which airport you fly from, as you will have to make at least one transfer before arriving in Bali anyway. The Indian airlines do not have flights to Bali, so while booking tickets you will have the following options (from at all four airports in India) – Etihad Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas Airways, Thai Airways and Singapore Air.

  • Do I need to apply for visa to visit Bali or is it visa on arrival?

    You have both the options available to you. If you want, you can get a visa prior to beginning your travel from the nearest Indonesian embassy in India. This is always recommended. Inversely, you can also opt for the Visa on Arrival option. Bali offers Visa on Arrival facility for Indian citizens. The cost of the visa is US $35. This visa is valid for up to 30 days stay in Indonesia. You can also get it extended for another 30 days. Piece of advice: ensure that your passport is valid for at least another 6 months, and should have enough space for the visa sticker.

  • What sort of climate can I find in Bali?

    Since Bali is located near the equator, it has a very warm, tropical climate throughout the year. This makes it a huge draw for tourists. Average year-round temperature stands at around 26-27°C with a high humidity level of about 85%-90%. Water temperatures are always pleasant. The Monsoon season in Bali, which stretches from October to March typically, brings daily rain with quiet overcast days. The rain is recorded mostly in between December and February.

    Occasional showers can also be expected during the dry season but usually at night or early morning. Throughout June to August, you will experience a refreshing cool breeze all day long. The central mountain area is typically cooler than the lower coastal areas mainly especially at night.

  • When is the best time for holidays in Bali?

    The weather in Bali remains more or less pleasant throughout the year, the best time to visit Bali depends mainly on the specific weather and on high and low season. High season is during the months of July and August, during Easter Holidays, Late December and early January due to Christmas and New Year when party lovers from all over the world assemble here. These are the busiest times in Bali. However, for many other reasons, a lot of people prefer and say that best time to come to Bali is between April, May, June and September. That is, just before and just after high season.

    The weather then is still dry, the level of humidity is slightly less, and economically speaking room prices and villa rentals can be a lot cheaper than during what you will find in the high season. Incidentally, these months are also the best time to indulge in water sports and activities that Bali is known for. Waters are clear and since the place is low on crowd, you will get to avail the best deals.

  • What is the ideal duration of a Bali tour?

    Anywhere between 2 to 3 weeks is an ideal duration to explore Bali as well as get your share of relaxation. Since it is a relatively cheaper place to visit, a longer time will not burn a hole in your pocket as well. However, if you are low on time, you can also cover Bali in 10 days.

  • What documents one must carry while visiting Bali?

    Since the Indonesian visa and entry requirements are strictly enforced at their airports, so be very careful about taking proper documents if you are taking your visa on arrival. If any of your documents are incorrect in any way, you will likely be deported immediately. The documents you will need are

    • Your passport, obviously. Make sure your passport is valid for another six months – in the least.
    • Have your immigration/arrival card filled out and ready to go.
    • Have a print out of your confirmed flight out of the country handy. This is rarely asked for, but as we say, “better safe than sorry”, so it’s good to have one on hand just in case, as the more time you spend with airport customs, the less time you have to get your holiday on.
    • You will need to front up US$35 during processing to enter the country.
    • It is advisable to also carry a copy of bank statement, as depending on your clothes and get-up, you may be asked for a copy of a bank statement or something that proves you can actually afford your holiday. 

    Apart from these, carry your insurance papers, valid ID cards and a couple of passport size pictures. You never know what might you need and when.

  • What kind of travel luggage I should have? What kind of clothes should be there in my luggage?

    While packing for your trip to Bali, the best advice one can give you is to pack light. You need to find that delicate balance between packing light and making sure you have everything you need. The best thing about this place is that you are sure to get the things you may have forgotten in the island, and for as cheap as you will find in India. So travel light – a suitcase and a duffle bag should do. The duffle bag will also be perfect for bringing back all the stuff you bought there.

    Here are some of the things that you must carry:

    • Toiletries – toothbrush, paste, deodorants, tampons or sanitary napkins for women, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, shaving items, hairbrush, sunscreen, lotion, cleanser, moisturizer
    • Medicines that you may need
    • Hand sanitizer
    • Sunglasses
    • Sea sickness tablets (just in case)
    • Mosquito repellant
    • Camera
    • Phone charger, electronic adapter
    • Headphones
    • Documents as needed.

    Here is a recommendation of the types of clothes you should carry:
    • Cotton clothing is your saviour – never forget. Cotton and linen are good lightweight choices as they let your skin breathe in Bali’s tropical humidity that will greet you.
    • Good quality, lightweight and breathable walking shoes are a must pack. Flip-flops provide more freedom and so you can carry a pair of those for the beaches. The breathable walking shoes score more on comfort, support and protection.
    • A fleece or hoodie is great in case of cold evenings or if you’re in a heavily air-conditioned environment like airports, aeroplanes or minivans. Also, they work well as an impromptu pillow.
    • A quick drying towel is a super useful and multipurpose item – and it packs away to a tiny size. Similarly a sarong is useful as a beach wrap, towel, and blanket and for general lounging around. They can also be used to cover yourself while visiting temples and holy sites.
    • Socks, long maxi dresses, kaftans, skirts or trousers are essential for wearing at dusk when the mood is relaxed. This is also the time when the mosquitoes are most active – you want to make sure you’re covered up to avoid getting bitten.
    • Bring several bikinis or swimsuits (pack according to your comfort). Carry both, so you can alternate between them and avoid any skin rashes from the salt water.
    • A big hat to keep the sun off, and for covering your face during the occasional naps on the beach while sunbathing.
    • If you’re travelling to Bali in monsoon season (that is anywhere between October to April), be prepared for heavy downpours. Of course, there will be still plenty of sunshine, but when it rains; it really rains. Therefore, a lightweight hooded waterproof jacket, raincoats or umbrellas that you can stash in your bag are a good idea.

    Also remember to keep your phone and other valuable items waterproofed – wrapping them in a plastic bag will do at a pinch. Ziploc bags are a more durable option.

  • Is it safe for solo female travellers to visit Bali?

    Bali is a very gentle, laidback and safe place to be. For female travellers particularly, as long as you take the same precautions that you would do at home, Bali is a great safe place for a single, female traveller. That is, travel in groups, practice restrain while drinking and have a phone on you all the time so that you can immediately notify your group members, or the police in case of emergency.

  • How to transport in Bali? Can we rent a bike or car? What will be the cost?

    It is easy to get around Bali as the transportation service is really good and well connected. The main options are to hire a car, hire a car and drive, take a taxi or use a shuttle bus. There are also some public bus equivalents (called Bemos). However, they mostly do not suit tourist’s needs. You can hire your own car to drive around easily and cheaply if you are a confident driver.

    In the hindsight, it does not cost much more to hire a driver as well. As for taxis, in the main beach areas there are no shortage of them. The Bluebird taxis are the cheapest, so look out for them. Always ask for the driver to use their meteras it will be better value than bargaining for a price with someone else, and lesser hassles as well. There are also shuttle buses (usually vans) that will take you between the main tourist areas.

  • Is Bali a good option for family holiday?

    Yes, Bali makes an excellent option for a family holiday. The Balinese are warm and welcoming to kids, and there is a plenty of western style food for fussier palates. Getting a family accommodation in Bali is not a problem as the options are plentiful. You will have no problems finding something that completely suits your needs. There are three main options you will probably look at – Bali family resorts, family hotels and family villas.

  • Is it worth visiting Bali for honeymoon? What will be the cost of honeymoon tour?

    The pristine beaches, beautiful sceneries, mesmerising environment, amazing nightlife, affordable accommodation and Bali’s close relationship with nature makes Bali a top choice for honeymoon. The honeymoon packages cost anywhere between INR 40,000 to 60,000 depending on the duration of the trip, hotel or resort you choose and the places you cover. These packages are a perfect mix of activities that will bring the couple closer as well as ensure the honeymoon is unforgettable.

  • What all romantic things can be done in Bali?

    There is no dearth of romantic activities that can be done in Bali. There are a lot of options of the private luxury cruise to the nearby island.

    Here is a list of romantic activities you can do –

    1. Bali offers a lot of options for romantic cruise to suit everyone’s taste. You can experience sunset, enjoy a romantic dinner and spend time with your loved one. There are plenty of cruise options provided like a dinner cruise on traditional wooden ship where the party is pirate themed, sunset cruise, etc.
    2. Private Partner Yoga Class and Thai Massage Lesson, which translates to a super fun session with the partner! These yoga and Thai massage classes are specifically designed for two people.
    3. A small trip to the Royal Mengwi Temple, Monkey Forest & Tanah Lot. This will not only allow you more time to enjoy Bali’s dramatic sunset temple of Tanah Lot, but will also take you to Bali’s western coast.
    4. Get over the candle light dinners and try dining in a cave at a secluded private beach with your love. Indulge in some cosy time together and watch the sun set over the ocean from your secret cave hideaway.
    5. You can also take your other half to the marigold fields at DesaBelok located along the roadside between Kintamani and Bedugal. Enjoy a golden stroll among the marigolds and just get lost in the magical world!

  • What sort of adventure one can do in Bali?

    Yes absolutely. Bali provides with a wide range of adventures. Unlike other islands where adventure is only related to water, here at Bali, you get a lot of other options as well. You can choose from a myriad of options ranging from ATV beach rides, elephant trekking, snorkelling, and paragliding, motocross, tubing or buggy tours.

    These are some of the popular options which Bali offers such as Rafting, Cruise, Elephant Ride, Watersport, Seawalking and Horse riding. You can also explore the ford of Bali natures walk encircled by the beauty of natural beauty with a diverse range of flora and fauna, see the friendliness of Balinese resident in the rural area and explore every corner of Bali land.

  • What kind of accommodation facility one can find in Bali?

    Bali is extremely diverse, and you can find a hotel or resort according to your preference without an issue. Bali’s hotels, villas, and rental properties offer unbelievable comfort and value – so you are in for a treat. From budget guest houses to five-star luxury hotels, Bali offers great deals!

    The kind of accommodation you find will heavily depending on the people you are with, your budget, locations of your plan and of course, the services you want. So, take your time as Bali is a small island but its diversity leaves us astray at times.

  • Which all are some famous tourist attractions of Bali?

    Some of the famous tourist attractions of Bali are –

    • Tanah Lot Temple - The temple is perched on top of a huge rock and is among Bali's most important sea temples.
    • Uluwatu temple – perched on a cliff edge in the southwestern Bukit peninsula, it is the most important sea temple of Bali
    • Besakih Temple – largest of all Balinese Temple, this sits on the slopes of Mount Agung, Tegallalang Rice Terraces, Ubud for scenic beauty and to understand the culture of Bali
    • Kintamani and Mount Batur – This one is the favourite stopover on tour itineraries to this region is Penelokan, which rightly means 'scenic stopover'. This is a still-active volcano; the Mount Batur has erupted about 24 times since 1800’s, and has reshaped the surrounding landscape each time!  
    • Bali Safari and Marine Park – Bali’s largest animal theme park, this houses over 60 species, which roam freely in their enclosures to mimic their natural habitat the best.
    • Goa Gajah – Located on the cool western edge of Bedulu Village, six kilometres out of central Ubud, the Goa Gajah ‘Elephant Cave’ is an archaeological site of significant historical value that makes it a special place to visit.
    • PuraUlun Danu Bratan (Bali’s temple by the lake) – Unlike all the other temples in Bali which are perched on hills, this rests at the edge of Lake Bratan. Apart from it, you can go for dolphin sightings at Lovina, party at Kuta beach, visit the Coffee plantation at Bali Pulina Agro Tourism, Ubud Art and Culture Centre, Jatiluwih Rice Terraces, Nusa Islands, Sideman valley, and Sekumpul Waterfall, Tirta Empul Temple for the best experience.

  • Which are must visit beaches in Bali?

    Bali beaches are very diverse, ranging from palm-fringed white sand coasts on the island’s south such as Kuta, Nusa Dua and Sanur, to the cliff-guarded ‘hidden’ shores of Uluwatu, Padang Padang.

    Some of the other must visit beaches include:

    • Padangbai and Blue Lagoon
    • Balangan, Suluban Beach- this is concealed by natural limestone formations and accessed via steps and log ramps through narrow gaps in the rock.
    • Green Bowl- a descent of hundreds of concrete steps down the cliff face. At the base are several bat caves.
    • Karma Beach – it is famous for watersports, beachcombing, ocean side spa treatments and, private cabanas.
    • Amed – famous for all sorts of water activities
    • Sunday’s Beach Club in Uluwatu features the island's best selection of fun water-based activities, including restaurant, bar, music and bonfires at dusk.
    • Jimbaran is famous f or amazing barbeque and
    • Legian Beach – it is very famous for parties

  • What all enjoyable things children can do in Bali?

    You should reserve a day for Waterbom Bali, which has been voted the best in Asia and is unreal and heaven for kids and adults alike. A perfect family destination! Apart from this, you can also avail for Bali Safari Marine Park, which help you know more and discover Bali’s culture and animals, which will be an important learning experience for the kids.

    Apart from that you can also visit the Elephant Safari park, Sacred Monkey Forest, Bali zoo and Lollypop Playland. Take your family for jet skiing, for fishing, enjoys dolphin tours, surfing, horseback riding, rafting and do visit the active volcano at GunungAgung.

  • Can I do a cycling tour of Bali? How many days it will require to explore Bali?

    Yes, you can do a cycling tour of Bali to discover the island in its originality. You can avail the activity in private as well as a group. Over the course of the tour, you will cover Kuta, Besakih village, Candidasa, Mt. Batur volcano at Kintamani, Pacung Mountain Resort and Jatiluwih among others. You will need approximately 1 week to explore Bali by cycle.

  • Can I do Dolphin Sunrise Tour in Bali? Where can I do it?

    Yes you can do the Dolphin Sunrise tour in Bali. You can do the Dolphin Sunrise Tour in Lovina beach. It is a black sand beach where you reach around 4 in the morning, hire a boat and sail somewhere in the middle of the ocean to witness what will possibly be the best sunrise of your live.

  • Can I do a Sunset tour of Tanah Lot?

    Yes, you can do the Sunset tour at Tanah Lot. In fact, you can choose from a full day tour or a special half day sunset tour according to your convenience. The full day tour involves sightseeing of Bali from Tabanan. You will also be visiting the magnificent and very important Hindu landmarks like Taman Ayun Temple and Ulun Danu Bratan Temple.

    You will also be spending time at the Monster Museum and its eerie array of scary masks and also capture the natural beauty of the Jatiluwih Rice Terrace. You spending the sunset at Tanah Lot, which is considered one of Bali’s most beautiful temples, along with a delicious Indonesian dinner in a local restaurant, will wrap up the tour.

    The half day tour involves a tour to the Tanah Lot temple and the Taman Ayun, which is the Mother Temple of Mengwi Kingdom. This tour also gives you an opportunity to visit the Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest, which is Bali’s protected monkey forest. The tour concludes with you witnessing the breathtaking sunset.

  • Can I do Ubud tour? How much it will cost me?

    Yes, you can do Ubud tour. Depending on how many days you are staying, you can plan a trip according to that. Ideally, 3 to 4 days are enough to cover Ubud. However, if you are on a tight schedule you can take a day trip to Ubud as well. The cost of transportation will be around INR 7000 for round trip. Apart from that the hotels and food will charge according to the kind of place you choose to stay and dine.

  • Can I do Kintamani tour? How much it will cost me?

    Yes, you can do the Kintamani tour. It is a one-day tour to the Kintamani Village with a spectacular view of an active volcano and Lake Batur from the top. A day trip will cost you approximately INR 5000.

  • Can I do Nusa Dua tour? How much it will cost me?

    Yes, you can do the Nusa Dua tour. The tour includes Devdan Shows (local dances), workshops, temples, villages, rice and coffee plantations, elephant trip, camel safaris, water activities,trip to zoo, forests, waterfalls, and many other activities. Do not miss going to the Nusa Dua beach, Pandawa beach, Water Blow to witness the awesome power of nature as large waves from the Indian Ocean constantly crash against the jagged limestone edges on the peninsula’s south-eastern cliff.

    Depending on the number of days you wish to visit, the cost of the tour will range anywhere from INR 7,000 to 25,000.

  • Can I do a tour of Pod Chocolate Factory?

    Yes, you can do the Pod Chocolate Factory tour. The tour will include exciting behind-the-scenes look inside a chocolate factory. You will also get the opportunity to interact with artisans crafting organic & sustainable chocolate treats and a chance to learn about the chocolate making process from raw cacao to cocoa nib. There will also be a hands-on demonstration, chocolate-making lesson and an opportunity to purchase chocolate from the café & gift shop for your loved ones.

  • Can I do a tour of the Monkey forest?

    Yes, you can do a tour of Monkey Forest. Bali Ubud Monkey Forest is a small rain forest inhabited by some group of monkeys and other tropical animals. It is strategically located in the hearth of Ubud Village, and is easily accessible from Kuta(around 55 kms), from Sanur (40 kms), and from Nusa Dua area (65 kms).

  • What sort of wildlife I can experience in Bali?

    Except for luscious greenery and warm, azure beaches, Bali is an absolute paradise for animal lovers as well. Bali has to offer more than just the regular zoo visits, or seeing animals in cages, or hideous live animal shows – you can get up close and personal with creatures great and small here!

    • Ubud Monkey Forest is perhaps the best-known monkey hangout due to its wonderful location on the fringe of Ubud’s main centre. Ubud Monkey Forest is home to over 300 grey-haired macaques and boasts over 115 different species of trees. The other place where you can get up close and personal with monkeys are the Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest in Tabanan and the Uluwatu Monkey Forest.
    • Apart from monkeys, Bali is also home to a lot of variety of exotic and beautiful birds! The Bird Village of Petulu is your place to be for a tryst with the Kokokan birds (herons), which fly every evening at around 5:30 pm from all over the Bali Island to congregate in the small town of Petulu.
    • For a more intense fix of wildlife, go to the Bali Bird Park where 1000 birds from 250 species frolic around 2 hectares of landscaped tropical gardens. The park has a lot of walk-through aviaries and is a safe haven for numerous rare or endangered species such as the cendrawasih (birds of paradise) from West Papua and the Leucopsarrothschildi (Bali starling).
    • Located adjacent to the Bali Bird Park, is the Rimba Reptile Park is for those who prefer their animals footloose and feather free. The park houses around 20 different species of reptiles and over 181 specimens of reptiles and amphibians. The park is famous for a 1.5 metre Komodo dragon as well as crocodiles, flying lizards, iguanas, frogs and geckos.
    • You can also visit the Elephant Safari Park, GiliMenobird park and turtle sanctuary, and the Turtle Conservation and Education Centre (TCEC) to know about the issue that is very close to Balinese people and the measures they have taken to protect the population of turtles.
    • The Bali Butterfly Park is also a must visit to experience wildlife – it is the largest butterfly park in Asia.
    • You can also interact up-close and personal with the dolphins just off the coast of Sanur is Serangan Island.There is a "Dolphin Lodge", a floating sea pen whichis a three-minute boat ride from Serangan Island. It is here where visitors can interact with dolphins in their natural environment.

  • Can I go on cruise or yacht tour in Bali? What will be the cost of cruise for one day?

    Yes you can. Infact there are varied options and packages provided – ranging from day cruise, romantic cruise, castaway cruise, fishermen cruise, sunset cruise, themed party cruise, etc. The cruise services are provided by a number of providers, and hence the prices vary. However, on an average the cruise can cost anywhere between INR 15,000 to 25,000 for a day.

  • Can I do a seaplane ride in Bali? What will be the cost?

    Yes, you can do scenic seaplane tour from Bali to Gili Island which lasts for 60 minutes and cost approximately INR 35,000. There is also an option of day tour from Denpasar International Airport to Menjangan Dynasty Resort in a modern turbo-prop, air-conditioned seaplane. The day tour will consist of rides to and fro to the airport and a day full of activities. This will cost approximately INR 50,000.

  • Can I do a helicopter tour of Bali? How much it will cost me? Is it safe?

    Yes, you can do a helicopter tour of Bali. There are a lot of packages to choose from, but we recommend one of these:

    • Temples Coastline along the west and south coasts of Bali.
    • Kintamani Volcano for views of Mount Batur and its lake from the sky.  
    • The Best of Bali that includes Tanah Lot temple, Mounts Agung and Batur, Nusa Dua and Candidasa.

    The price of the packages differs from provider to provider and the number of people who avail the service. However, they can range from anywhere between INR 60,000 to INR 90,000 for the full tour.

    Yes, the rides are safe as only well-trained and knowledgeable pilots handle the helicopters, so you can rest assured that you will be in good hands.

  • How to experience art and culture of Bali?

    • In order to experience the art and culture of Bali, do visit the temples that are in plenty and find out the stories behind them. As mentioned above, there are a lot of tours conducted to the temples which will educate you about the Balinese culture.
    • Another important way to experience the culture of any place is through food – so do take the food safari, and try out the local delicacies.
    • Bali’s ranges of traditional dances are a delectable combination of elements from religious and artistic influence, concluding in highly meaningful, attractive and dynamic performances. One has not fully experienced Indonesian culture without having witnessed these spectacles.
    • In order to experience Bali’s traditional arts and crafts scene, definitely visit Ubud Art Village Tour visits the art villages in and around the artistic center of Ubud. The sites of interest include Celuk Village, famous for its highly skilled gold and silver crafting and Mas Village, renowned for its master carvers of teak, mahogany, ebony and hibiscus wood. You should also visit the famous Ubud Market, which is open daily for the exchange of arts, handicrafts and textiles.

  • Where can I do shopping in Bali? What things are must to buy in Bali?

    Bali shopping presents you with a treasure trove of fine art and handicrafts, antique and semi-antique furniture, paintings, delicately carved jewellery, wood and stone carvings, masks, woven and dyed fabrics. Famous places to shop in Bali are –

    • Ubud Art Market - is known for its high quality traditional and handmade clothing, figurines and home wares. Interesting fact – the market was featured in the movie Eat Pray Love.
    • Mal BaliGaleria, Sukawati Art Market - to purchase handicrafts and traditional handmade products
    • Celuk Village - it is very famous for being a village of gold and silversmiths. The village offers a multitude of gold and silver jewellery including rings, bangles, chokers, earrings, tusukkonde (hair pins), broaches and many other accessories,
    • Tegallalang 'Handicrafts Village' - This place specialises in the carving of softwood figures. Brightly painted flowers, signboards, fruits, frogs, tokay geckos, ducks, cats and animal figures all feature heavily. All the way along the 12-kilometre road there are shops also selling furniture and handicrafts made from glass, wood, bamboo, ceramics, and shells.

    Apart from these places if you wish to shop for luxurious malls, there are ample options for that too.

  • Which restaurants serve the best food in Bali?

    Bali, a haven for foodies has a LOT of restaurants to choose from. Here are some:

    • Sarong: This restaurant provides one of the best dining experiences you will ever have.
    • MAMA San: From the same family as Sarong, enjoy lunch or dinner of amazing Asian treats. Booking ahead is recommended. Try their starters – they are really good.
    • Ku De Ta: Beachside bar, pool and restaurant, a perfect venue for sunset drinks.
    • Potato Head: Beachside pool and bar. Perfect for sunset drinks too.
    • Mozaic Beach Club: It provides a mesmerizingview the whole day. Drinks and food served are so good, it is a must visit too.
    • The Deck: Family friendly dining where you can unwind here by playing a game of pool too!
    • Grocer & Grind: Perfect place for deli items, dine in and takeaway.
    • Single Fin, Uluwatu: Cheap eats and drinks with one of the best views high up above this famous surf break.
    • Sunset Bar, Ayana Resort: If you can’t get into The Rock Bar – this bar doesn’t take bookings – then this is a great place to watch the sun set. You should totally order a signature watermelon or coconut cocktail.
    • Motel Mexicola, Seminyak: Go for frozen magaritas and beef tacos here. Out of the world.
    • Sisterfields, Seminyak: This Aussie-influenced cafe always has a line up outside – make it a must for breakfast, brunch or lunch.

    There are a lot of other places too, like Chandi (Seminyak Region), WACKO BURGER CAFE(Seminyak Region), CHEZ GADO GADO, Seminyak-Legian Region, BREEZE (at The Samaya)(Legian Region), RESTAURANT LOCAVORE(Ubud Region), TEATRO(Seminyak Region), etc. to choose from.

  • Is vegetarian food easily available in Bali?

    Yes! Bali is a vegetarian’s paradise. Unlike other foreign location where vegetarian food is not easily available, Bali offers a lot of options to choose from. Even if the menu is predominantly non-vegetarian, there will be enough to choose from nonetheless. In case the menu has hardly any veggie options available, request the waiter and the chef to make food according to your choice and palate.

    Here is a list of some of the best vegetarian restaurants in Bali to make your life easier! –

    • DOWN TO EARTH – Everything about this vegetarian restaurant is so thoughtful- from the macrobiotic chef and all organic foods to only using local supplies and supporting the community.
    • CLEAR – The interiors of this place resemble temples, and the menu is full of enticing elixirs! Clear is the perfect place to indulge in raw food, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free dishes.
    • ALCHEMY – This is a raw food vegan cafe offering delicious organic meals, raw chocolate and amazing garden surroundings to sooth your eyes and heart.
    • WARUNG SOPA – An all-organic restaurant that serves super tasty meals! This vegetarian restaurant with an emphasis on wholesome and organic food offers a mix of Japanese and Balinese dishes.

  • What sort of nightlife is there in Bali?

    Bali has an amazing nightlife. The nightlife scene there steadily emerges as the sun sets over the western coastline. Places like Kuta, Seminyak and Legian feature life after dark at its liveliest. There are also standalone entertainment venues, Kuta for example, feature occasional gigs from international bands.

    You also have plenty of in-house hotel bars that transform into more dynamic places, some even featuring live DJs and bands playing live. Places such as Ku De Ta on the Seminyak coast, or the Rock Bar at Ayana Resort, perched on cliffs above the Indian Ocean are on top of the list.

  • What do I do in case of any medical emergency in Bali?

    Bali’s medical infrastructure is very advanced. Facilities like air ambulances, multilingual staff and specialists in difficult emergency disciplines all represented on the island to ensure the tourist are safe and in best care. The BIMC Hospital is one of the most recognized hospitals in Bali. It mostly exclusively caters to foreigners, so all doctors and nurses speak English.

    Most insurance companies have a tie-up with them so you probably won’t be have to pay upfront and the hospital will directly bill your insurance company. It has a branch in Nusa Dua as well. Apart from this there are a lot of private clinics and other hospitals as well. So do not worry, in case things go wrong, you will be in the best of care.

Traveller Tales From Bali

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Inder Pothuvaal

22 September 2016

A very interesting five day Bali tour – Yes! You have heard it right, we went as a gang of five – me and my college mates, every year we guys plan for a week tour to some amazing places, this year one of my friend wanted to visit Bali – exotic Bali as it is called. The tour covered some of the best places in Bali like Kintamani, Ubud and Tanah. Literally our guide was able to cover many places in these five days including rice terraces, elephant safari, royal temple, holy spring temple, monkey forest, coffee plantation. The rich aroma from this plantation tree is still lingering inside me. Actually I am writing this review mainly to say my view regarding the stay over here, I never expected that Bali would have such marvelous hotels, inns, motels and villa. We basically took for rent one of the villas and the reception that we received here was sumptuous, we explored the rice fields which was excellent and one of its kind. It is heard that these farms are famous for subak system of traditional irrigation in Bali. One of my friends is an agricultural engineer and he was explaining us the benefits of all these things. It is really a matter of pride to see that this small place is not only rich in culture and heritage but it is also contributing a lot to the economic system of the country. On the way we came across many villages like Ubud, Celuk, and Mas. These places are known for wood carvings, art work and gold jewel making. I have also shared some pictures that have been taken from the high road side location that covers the hills, mountains, beaches and more. Overall we learnt loads from this amazing trip to Bali in five day.

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Trilokanath Nayar

22 September 2016

I am spellbound seeing such a type of service at the first place! Well that I am now back from my honeymoon tour to Bali, I have got many things to pen down over here about my experience at Bali. Firstly I would like to encourage and compliment the Indian travel agents for delivering such a nice foreign honeymoon package tour to Bali. I basically come from a small village at Haryana, and a tour outside India is something that I never even dreamt off, but my husband residing in Delhi was adamant in taking me out of the country to Bali for our honeymoon, fine now coming to the trip, Yo (cheers in Vietnamese language) is the word I have got to say to the agents who organized a trip for us. We had taken up a week tour for our honeymoon and this package consisted of many things like visiting temples, beaches, museums, villages, spring water lakes, coffee plantations, rice farms and many more. The greatest coincidence was that we happened to visit the Uluwatu temple exactly on my birthday, I loved it a lot it was a real blessing for me to visit such a nice temple on such an auspicious day. What more we had great network all over the trip and so I was able to update each and every day activities with my people and friends immediately (thanks Insta and FB). My trip wouldn’t have been complete without the visit to the famous Benoa beach, I don’t indulge much in water sports but over here there were some many different gaming categories that I didn’t want to miss out for. Lastly the foods were yummy and my taste buds are still longing to taste those special foods again served over there. Good arranged trip – fully satisfied!

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Chakradhar Jha

22 September 2016

A fabulous country with great friendly Balinese – this is the limelight of my trip to Bali for five days, my company had arranged for a five day sightseeing tour abroad, and this is when we all immediately nodded our head for Bali when one my colleague hinted that this is a wonderful place on Earth, so immediately without any second thought our team hired the travel agents for Bali. It was like a dream destination spot for me and my team never expected such a type of output from a foreign state like this. Such a small place but there is many things in store from Bali. What inspired me more in this place apart from sightseeing is the culture of the country, it is simply out of the world experience, as they say big things come in small packages, even though this was a small tour package we were able to cover many things under one roof. The Elephant safari was somehow missed out as we lacked time, but no regrets I am planning to go again next year with my family personally. Some of the best places that I recommend over here are Legian and Sanur. And Guys don’t miss out the rich rice farming vegetation and coffee plantation at Bali. If you plan and jot down the main landmarks you can very well get a chance to cover it all. A little bit of planning is enough to enjoy such a place. Note – if you don’t research and visit there are chances that you will miss out seeing important attractions at Bali. Bali is completely safe for couples and family, so I recommend this tour for people who want some privacy in their trip. A final word – my review is incomplete if I don’t mention my tour to the volcano. Splendid tour!

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Rageswari Reddy

22 September 2016

Newly married couples! Most romantic honeymoon place! Pick the honeymoon Bali tour and you can be assured that this trip is going to be the best way to start your new life with your spouse! I have just returned from my Bali honeymoon tour and am still in a perplexed state filled with all nostalgic memories whenever I am looking at the picture of me and my husband over there at Bali. When my hubby suggested Bali as our honeymoon destination, I was like what is this – my man is taking me to some ancient family vacation spot, but then being a new wife I couldn’t immediately say no, and I am happy that I never said no also. Well speaking about the tour, it was a perfect honeymoon package that any travel agent could offer for the couples. Right from beginning till the end, my organizers did their job well, this was my first foreign trip, was afraid but happy that it went on well. I am a great swimmer and I love to hang out whenever I see some beach, the Tanjung Benoa beach which was there in my itinerary was like a icing to my cake, I was surprised that this place has such attractive beaches, My husband and I enjoyed the various water activities that were catered here, the real fun part is that the games offered over here are something unique which I haven’t sported before anywhere. So I got something new to enjoy in this tour. And my trip wouldn’t have been complete if my guide hadn’t taken me for the most expected thing – Yes! You are right; a girl’s tour is incomplete without shopping. The Ubud shopping is the best part. Enjoyed the trip thoroughly!

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Sanya Abbott

22 September 2016

Bali is indeed a great vacation destination! I went over here along with my husband on our honeymoon, initially I was bit afraid to take up a cycling tour as you need lot of energy to cycle in and around Bali, but the organizers gave us lot of rest time so that we could refresh. Well speaking about the trip – great and fabulous. Cycling to the terraced rice fields and visiting the adjacent landmarks and villages were more than memorable. Jatiluwih is known for its famous rice paddies and I am happy that I saw that for real, well speaking about the real fun – the water rides, the sporting activities and the bonfire were charming. Food was good and we were offered plenty of activities to indulge in. The guides were supportive and had good communication skill. Suggestions – Carry comfy footwear, sunglasses and a good camera (Guys you have loads to capture at Bali). It was an amazing and pleasant stay at the Pacung mountain resort (nice resort experience – I ll write about this a review separately) Well guys if you are planning to take this trip I advise you to take few days of stretching exercise in prior so that you can enjoy to the core!

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Deeptimoyee Nehru

22 September 2016

Romantic Week off Trip to Bali – This was my status till today; I went on my honeymoon to Bali and am back today. Seven days how it passed is like a trance state. I feel this is the perfect honeymoon destination spot, and hey gals if your husband is asking you to pick a honeymoon spot pick Bali without any doubt and I am sure you are going to thank me for this. My hubby had booked the trip online and planned everything well in advance, and hence we didn’t face any issue at all anywhere. This package included food, accommodation, cruise and free tickets of entry at many places. I had loads of fun at the one day cruise in Bali; it included unlimited boat rides and underwater viewing chambers. I loved the submerged marine walk at this place. Bali is well known for its incredible sunset and I am happy that I was able to witness this part of bit too in my life. The guides explained us in detail, pickup, drop and foods were lovely. It would have been better if the cruise had a bit more less people, except that thumbs up for the tour and package.

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Bishnu Bhattathiri

22 September 2016

Well that now I am back from my Bali 6D/5N cycling tour, I have only two words to say – enchantment incarnate! Even though this trip can be a great trip for couples or friends, I feel it is ideal for family vacation too. I took up this trip with my wife and we got that full-to-full enjoyment. The itinerary and the procedures were explained to us well in advance to us by our team and so it was easy for us to stick to it. The whole way cycling to Volcano at Batur and then cycling to Pacung - Mengwi – Ubud was a bit tiresome (but if you have stamina you can very well manage it). Still the night halt at the hotels and the resorts gave us the needed break and took off the tiredness’. My wife loved the cycling to the rice fields and the nearby village. The folk dancers danced well to the local music and we should admit that we got an exhilarating experience, well all that being said, the trip was above average with prices being at par with the services. Lastly I would like to wind this review by saying that I recommend this trip for sure.

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Hari Panicker

22 September 2016

Bali is paradise on Earth! But to enjoy this place you surely need to make sure that you hire the proper channel of tourism, I went alone for a four day sightseeing trip to Bali, got the booking done online and started off to take a break. It is an absolute place for relaxation and refreshing; I would surely choose this place and suggest it for any people who are longing for adventurous and memorable trip. The places in and around Bali are pleasant, peaceful and rejuvenating. I fell in love with the Kuta Beach, this beach is far better than the beaches I have been before; the organizers gave ample time to sit and relax here. I am not a great foodie but still I enjoyed the typical seafood that was served here at Jimbaran, and I have no words to say about the boat ride, I was allowed to indulge in plenty of water activities ( parasailing, banana boat and so on were unique and absolute fun). It is an awesome place to visit for couples, family and friends. Above all this trip was like a stress buster to me! Enjoyed it full to full!

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Anjushree Namboothiri

21 September 2017

For honeymoon, Bali is a good option if you do proper research and planning before booking a package. I got a good package from Thrillophilia and I am grateful to them for arranging such a nice itinerary. Sightseeing was well balanced with adventure activities. Mount Agung and Mount Batur were surprisingly huge and the Batur Lake also had a bright charm. Celuk Village and Ubud Village were very secluded from the vibes of other important places like Kuta, Seminyak and Jimbaran. We did an extensive shopping in Ubud too. Jimbaran Beach was so amazing especially at night. So many people came at night and it was an on-season too just before New Year. We were also so happy to welcome the fresh year together. A lot of historical monuments also were seen and I liked the architectural attributes of Bajra Shandhi. Our candle light dinner at the resort was the major part of the tour. They have decorated the courtyard and cabana overlooking the beach with white candles, illuminations and flowers and we had the best dinner together there.

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